5 edition of Sufferings of early Quakers in Yorkshire, 1652 to 1690 found in the catalog.
Sufferings of early Quakers in Yorkshire, 1652 to 1690
|Other titles||Sufferings of early Quakers, Yorkshire 1652 to 1690|
|Statement||by Joseph Besse ; with new introduction and newly compiled index of people and places by Michael Gandy.|
|Contributions||Besse, Joseph, 1683?-1757., Gandy, Michael.|
|LC Classifications||BX7630 .B42 1753a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|ISBN 10||1850722129, 1850722129|
Title Imprint/Publisher Place of Publication Date of Publication Samuel Phillips May [Cambridge, Mass.: Printed by Samuel Green, ] Massachusetts The psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs of the Old and New-Testament, / faithfully translated into English metre. ; For the use, edification and comfort of the saints in publick and private, especially in.  A brief and plain discussion of that question which of late hath troubled many tender consciences;: namely, whether it be lawfull to receive the sacrament of the Lords Supper in those congregations where there is a mixture of some ignorant or prophane persons. Jekyll, Thomas, / . Longman Book Project: Fiction: Band 7: Jug Ears - Pack of 6, Jean Ure, Wendy Body Sufferings of Early Quakers - Yorkshire , Joseph Besse, Michael Gandy Half the Human Experience: Psychology of Women, Janet Hyde, et al.
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Sufferings of Early Quakers Yorkshire by Joseph Besse, Michael Gandy, Sessions Book Trust Paperback, Pages, Published by William Sessions Limited Facsimile ISBNISBN: The First Quakers', Journal of Religious History, 9 (), Andersen's work was based on the analysis of three volumes of transcripts of the first volume of the Lancashire Quarterly Meeting Book of Sufferings provided by Giles Howson, then curator of the archive at Cited by: 1.
In Joseph Besse's book, "Sufferings of Early Quakers in Yorkshire: ", several Langstaffs and Warrens are mentioned; e.g.
1) John Warren beaten on the Highway; 2) Kirkton, Anne, Elizabeth, John, and James Langstaff fined. The secondary sources are comprised primarily of extracted Quaker Records. The records include Birth, Deaths, Marriages, Certificates of Removal, and Minutes with genealogical content.
The listings are arranged by publisher of the printed media. The Sufferings of Friends •Judge Fell and his wife Margaret of Swarthmoor Hall provided the base for the beginnings of Quakerism. •Margaret, who later married George Fox, was imprisoned herself, in Lancaster jail.
She kept remarkable records of the 'sufferings' of these imprisoned Quakers, and 'meetings for sufferings' were held toFile Size: 2MB. Ury House - Quaker headquarters in Scotland; Originally this property belonged to the Frasers, then the Hays starting inand finally the Earl Marischal, until in the 17th century Ury was established as the North East Scotland headquarters of the Quaker organization by David Barclay ().
Barclay was 1st Laird of Urie, a military man, who purchased the lands and barony of Urie from. His book, The Great Cry of Oppression, published indetails the sufferings of Friends at the hands of Irish government officials.
William Stockdale was appointed a justice of the peace in New Castle County in inand in The Religious Society of Friends began as a movement in England in the midth century in s are informally known as Quakers, as they were said "to tremble in the way of the Lord".The movement in its early days faced strong opposition and persecution, but it continued to expand across the British Isles and then in the Americas and Africa.
Quakers Sources  Radical Roots. The Society of Friends, or Quakers as they are better known, have always stood apart from the mainstream of American religion. Because of this, they offer some important lessons about the range of religious beliefs and practices in early America.
Quaker research in Pennsylvania. A very brief Quaker history. Protestant reformers of the 16th century sought to eliminate intermediaries between God and the people; in this regard, the Society of Friends (Quakers) can be said to be the fullest expression of the Reformation.
Marriage Book of Lurgan Mo. Mtg., Ireland. This, no doubt, is the same family that came over to New Castle Co., prior to Henry Dixson, it is said, kept an inn at New Castle and had three children: (I.) William was married about to Ann Gregg, daughter of William Gregg, who, it is believed, also came from the north of Ireland.
A record in an ancient minute book of the Monthly Meeting of Holderness, entitled "A memorial of the first manifestation of the truth in the eastern parts of Yorkshire, for the view of posterity," states that Robert Fowler, "with many others gladly received the word of life in the year ".
Persecution exposed, in some memoirs relating to the sufferings of John Whiting, and many others of the people called Quakers, for conscience sake, in the west of England: with memoirs of many eminent friends deceased, and other memorable matters and occurences, concerning the sufferings of the said people and remarkable providences attending.
Sufferings of early Quakers, Westmorland toCumberlandDurham & Northumberland toIsle of Man toLancashire to facsimile of part of the edition / by Joseph Besse ; with new introduction and newly compiled index of people and places by Michael Gandy.
Full text of "Early stages of the Quaker movement in Lancashire" See other formats. George Fox (July – 23 January (O.S January )) was an English Dissenter, who was a founder of the Religious Society of Friends, commonly known as the Quakers or son of a Leicestershire weaver, he lived in times of social upheaval and rebelled against the religious and political authorities by proposing an unusual, uncompromising approach to the Christian : JulyDrayton-in-the-Clay.
Sufferings of early Quakers, Westmorland toCumberlandDurham & Northumberland toIsle of Man toLancashire to facsimile of part of the edition. Author Besse, Joseph. Published [Pg 5] THE PREFACE. After a labour of more than five and twenty years, this history at length appears in public view; to the compiling of which I was induced from the consideration that the rise and increase of that religious society, which in this work I have given a circumstantial account of, is indeed so rare and wonderful a thing, that I think few will be met with in modern histories.
Full text of "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania,with their early history in Ireland" See other formats. Quakers are a faith group committed to working for equality and peace.
We try to live in truth, peace, simplicity, and equality, finding God in ourselves and those around us. Our meetings offer a welcoming opportunity for spiritual exploration. Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania With Their Early History in Ireland Some Extracts from Records of Lurgan Monthly Meeting, Ireland, Etc.
Established in Robert Hoopes [Hoope] "Son of John Hoopes of Moorsom (neer Gisbrough) in Yorkshire in England, and of Isabell his wife, was born in Moorsom aforesd" 8 Mo.
18, 1st Quaker in the family. The Lloyd family can trace its history back to the days of the early Quakers in the 17th Century, and two brothers, Charles and Thomas, of Dolobran in Montgomeryshire, Wales.
View Dr. Charles Lloyd, II's genealogy profile; 3/9/ 4/18/ Follow. The early Friends, as Quakers were named (from John ) by their first leader George Fox, arose in England during the Puritan Commonwealth under Oliver Cromwell, manifesting an inward intensification of radical and spiritual forms of Puritanism; they were influenced by uncompromising Baptists, quietist Seekers, antinomian Ranters, and theocratic militants; and these were in turn influenced.
Sufferings of early Quakers in Yorkshire, to facsimile of part of the edition. Author Besse, Joseph. Published Ancestors of John Grubb () By David Grubb at Ever sincethere has been a debate within the Delaware Grubb family concerning its evidence has been discovered that finally establishes that John Grubb, our immigrant ancestor was christened in Stoke Climsland, Cornwall on Augthe son of Henry Grubb Jr and his wife.
The only instance known to me of the original "cave dwelling" of an early settler being preserved, or identified, in, the family of a present day descendant, is the one belonging to the Lownes family, in Springfield tp., now in Delaware Co.
Hugh Lownes, and his wife Jane, and four children, sailed from Chester, England, for Pensylvania in Samuel Standfield, a Quaker born aboutwas a possible son of John Stansfield, born aboutof Shore, West Yorkshire.
Samuel was in Ireland bywhere he married Jane Andrew near Lurgan, County Armagh, at the southern end of Lake Neagh near Belfast. JOHN GRUBB ( – ) The Settler in Delaware: Because John Grubb was from Cornwall, his speech and customs were very different from most of the early settlers in the Delaware Valley who came from the northern Midlands.
However, John’s story in the Delaware Valley was very typical of the early settlers. The Journal of George Fox - - - Final Years in London and Death Without the Spirit in control of their minds, the Quakers began to ignore Fox's and other early Quakers' counsel, Besse's Sufferings counts Quakers who died in prison.
When sent .Abraham, Edward and Jeremiah Grimshaw as Recusants. The list appears in the Archbishop s visitation court book () for and lists as recusants, Abraham, Edward and Jeremiah Grimshaw. They were summoned at the Quaker Sessions at Pontefract and fined two guineas, but not called for as yet according to the Book of Sufferings.
The Woodhouse mission. In spite of the sufferings of the English Quakers, they cannot really show any example of suffering and injustice to match that of the witness made by the correctly so-called ‘Boston Martyrs’. a sea-coast town in Yorkshire, Old England, where one Robert Fowler felt led to build a ship ‘in the cause of truth.